Father-son duo remain in W. Va.

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One of two suspects in an interstate crime spree is not unknown to the criminal justice system in Brazoria County. Alvin resident Edward Watson Campbell, 54, along with son Eric Campbell, 21, are facing charges in connection with the deaths of an elderly couple in Oxford, North Carolina on New …

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County seeks change in election procedure

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Brazoria County has taken the first step in changing the elections law so that voters would be able to vote at any polling precinct within the county on the day of election. That policy is better known as “Vote Centers” or “Super Precincts.” Currently voters enjoy that option in the …

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‘Mary Poppins’ comes to FHS stage

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Rehearsals and set construction are under way to kick off 2015 live performances on local stages, including Friendswood High School’s annual Spring musical, presented in memory of long-time FISD educator Myrlene Kennedy. The show, “Mary Poppins,” will be presented at 7 p.m. Jan. 30, Feb. 6 and Feb. 7; and …

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Sarah Redding Makes the List

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Friendswood Senior Sarah Redding found her name on yet another award list for her senior season. The Texas Tech signee racked up numerous awards in her final season as a Mustang. Redding, who has started for the Mustangs since her sophomore year and played on the two State finalist teams, …

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Parks plan, fire station progressing

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The long discussed opening of Lake Friendswood to the public is moving closer to reality. City Council on Monday heard a report on ongoing capital improvement projects, including the plan to convert the largely city-owned lake, also known as Lake Windemere, into public green space. According to city documents, an …

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FHS Science Fair open to public

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The Friendswood community is invited to a Science Fair and Open House at Friendswood High School, 702 Greenbriar, on Jan. 21. The public may view students’ projects from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the first floor labs of the Math-Science Building. Those attending should enter Room 1016 for access to …

Chairman’s gala set Jan. 17

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The 51st annual Friendswood Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Gala is set Saturday, Jan. 17, featuring the theme, “Ole! Ole! Let’s Fiesta.” The event kicks off with a social at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. at the Golfcrest Country Club, 2509 Country Club Drive, Pearland. A casino night, …

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It’s A Girl! Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital welcomes first baby of 2015

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HOUSTON (Jan. 5, 2015) – Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital celebrated the hospital’s first baby born in 2015, and one of the first babies born during the New Year in Houston. Weighing in at 7lbs and 7oz, Baby Zealand Gutierrez was born at 12:49 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2015, New Year’s …

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Ruiz and Lowe receive top city honor

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City Manager Clay Pearson recently named Utility Billing Specialist, Ruben Ruiz (full-time) and Recreation Attendant, Shelby Lowe (part-time) as 2014 Employees of the Year. Pearson said their dedication and proactive attitudes make them exemplary examples of the standards reflected in the core beliefs of the City. The City of Pearland …

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Pearadox Robotics Club charging ahead

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Pearland Independent School District is charging ahead with its new Pearadox Robotics Club thanks to assistance from United Safety and other sources. On Dec. 4, United Safety — a safety solution provider for oil and gas industries worldwide — presented a trailer and a $5,000 donation to the robotics club, …